Dwelling Treatments to Deal with Urinary Tract An infection (UTI) (No Antibiotics)

Antibiotics are the best treatment option for those who have a severe urinary tract infection. However, if your symptoms are mild, consult your doctor and ask if you can treat it at home without antibiotics.

Although antibiotics help treat the bacterial infection, they can cause side effects, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Side effects can include skin rashes, dizziness, nausea, diarrhea and yeast infections, the health agency notes.

In addition, there is always a risk of antibiotic-resistant urinary tract infection, a type of infection that is unresponsive to most—if any—of the most common treatments.

However, resort to these home treatments for UTIs.

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